Daily Oil Bulletin

Coastal GasLink should be provincially regulated, feds argue

The National Energy Board (NEB) should find that the provincially approved pipeline that will transport natural gas from northeast British Columbia to the LNG Canada export project in Kitimat is...

LNG Canada will likely move forward with expansion: analyst

Canada’s first LNG megaproject now under construction on the B.C. coast will almost certainly become even larger, a Calgary-based gas analyst said last week. It was predicted that Royal Dutch Shell...

WCC LNG, project proposed by Imperial/Exxon for B.C., exits environmental assessment process

A liquefied natural gas (LNG) project proposed by Imperial Oil Limited and Exxon Mobil Corporation for British Columbia has bowed out of the environmental assessment process. The project proponent,...

Petronas eying 40 years of steady measured development in B.C. Montney

After a hiatus of more than two years, Petronas Energy Canada Ltd. is back in the field in northeast British Columbia, as it begins drilling to underpin its share of natural gas for the LNG Canada...

Geoscience BC reports assess viability for geothermal development

Two new geothermal research reports released by Geoscience BC examine locations and assess the viability for geothermal energy development in northeastern British Columbia. In Techno-Economic...

B.C. land sale draws $835,492 in September

September sale caps off weak third quarter for bidding on drilling licences

Final list of Trans Mountain expansion contractors revealed

Momentum is building for construction of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, with Kinder Morgan Canada releasing the final list of its major contractors. The company had previously released a...

Supreme court dismisses Burnaby’s Trans Mountain pipeline appeal

The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an application from the City of Burnaby for leave to appeal a National Energy Board (NEB) decision that exempted Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC from compliance...

Canadian LNG can compete globally: CERI study

Canadian LNG can be globally competitive and is in a position to benefit from a growing demand for the commodity, according to a new study by the Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI). “We found...

B.C. Oil And Gas Commission announces interim measures to address First Nation concerns

The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission (OGC) has announced new interim measures to address concerns of the Blueberry River First Nations (BRFN) over oil and gas development activities on the BFRN’s critical...